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Solskjaer gives cheeky response when asked about Sancho rumours

EnnieD 06/28/2020

Ole refused to give a direct answer to whether United will sign the Borussia Dortmund winger in the summer.

Solskjaer insists that United will try to sign players feasible financially and in sporting merits in the summer.

He hints that United’s business will depend on whether they can qualify for the Champions League.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has refused to directly confront the Jadon Sancho rumours, but indicated that Man United will push for players well suited to his side. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

In an interview with Norwegian TV channel Viaplay, he was asked about whether United will sign anybody from Borussia Dortmund in the summer and answered: “I'm good at math, but I can't answer that question. There are many good footballers on many teams.

But, providing a broader overview of United's transfer plans, he said: "When anything is in front of us shouting that it is sensible, from both a sporting and a financial viewpoint — I know we're going to try, but you can't make any promises.

“We've [him & the owners] had a good dialogue the entire time, and we've had a plan for it since I signed in March [2019].

“The three months of lockdown and for how long we'll have to play in front of empty stands, if we'll play in the Champions League next season. There are many things like that which will be factors in terms of what we can do when the season is over.”

There's no doubt Solskjaer wants to sign Sancho this summer, but the crazy valuation of the winger is starting to become an problem for United.

The Red Devils is considered as the winger’s ‘only option’ to sign for in the summer, but it’ll be a long negotiation process to get a deal done. Sancho recently ended a terrific Bundesliga season with Dortmund, scoring 17 goals and assisting 16 for the German side.

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